|Casado Da Rocha, A. Thoreau, Biografía Esencial - Antonio Casado da Rocha|
Keywords: biografías; Henry David Thoreau
|Birthyear present - 1st reading - Sebastian Jatz|
12 chanced readings of John Cage's dear authors, one for each month of the year. 1st reading: Henry David Thoreau's Walden in the evening of January 31st in a high exterior for 30 minutes at normal speed. - Valparaíso, Chile. More information at: arsomnis.com/birthyear_present
Keywords: John Cage; Henry David Thoreau; Sebastian Jatz
|La Désobéissance civile - Henry David Thoreau|
Livre audio gratuit enregistré par Vincent Planchon Pour Audiocite.net. Egalement disponible en téléchargement peer to peer
Keywords: désobéissance civile; thoreau; henry david thoreau; civisme; non violence
It is the duty of all citizens to not obey laws that are not just.
Keywords: Civil Disobedience; Henry David Thoreau; law; Mexican-American War; slavery
|An Excerpt from Walden|
This poem was recorded as part of the course MUS 243: Introduction to Technology in Music Education at the University of Illinois, November 2009.
Keywords: Walden Henry David Thoreau Mike West University of Illinois MUS 243
|Andrew Cauthen"s Tiny HahaHouse - Tumbleweed House - Andrew Cauthen|
Andrew Cauthen"s Tiny HahaHouse - Tumbleweed House. This is the house i live in. made mostly from trash. money makes u poor. for more info go to http://takepillsdie.blogspot.com and http://www.youtube.com/user/takepills peace and love and do the work!
Keywords: Andrew Cauthen; Tumbleweed House; henry david thoreau; Simplicity; Freeganism; Feeconomy simplicity; unabomber
|PHIL223 Capitalism 2011 4 - Opulence - Sam Clark, Lancaster University, UK|
Lecture: the consequentialist defence of capitalism and the nature of the human good. Part of 'Capitalism as an Ethical Problem'.
Keywords: capitalism; consequentialism; well-being; welfare; the good life; happiness; utility; pleasure; desire; Amartya Sen; capability approach; Henry David Thoreau
|The UU Montclair Podcast: We are the World (2/03/13) - Rev. Charles Blustein Ortman|
24:01 - Selections from The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair's Sunday Worship Service by Rev. Charles Blustein Ortman. THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY "In nature, nothing is perfect and everything is perfect. Trees can be contorted, bent in weird ways, and they're still beautiful." --Alice Walker "I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in." --George Washington Carver "Let the rain kiss you...
Keywords: Unitarian Universalism; Unitarian Universalist Congregation; Montclair; NJ; Rev. Charles Blustein Ortman; Nature; Spirituality; Henry David Thoreau; Ralph Waldo Emerson
|The UU Montclair Podcast: Thoreau-ly Earth Day (4/22/12) - Rev. Linda Goonewardene|
Selections from a Worship Committee Sponsored Service for The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair by Rev. Linda Goonewardene. PRAYER AND MEDITATION READINGS: ANCIENT & MODERN From the Tao Te Ching, Chapter 67 From an interview with Julia Butterfly Hill published in The Sun, April 2012 SERMON "Thoreau-ly Earth Day" by Rev. Linda Goonewardene
Keywords: Unitarian Universalism; Unitarian Universalist Congregation; Montclair; NJ; Rev. Linda Goonewardene; substance abuse; addiction; Henry David Thoreau; Thoreau
|An_American_Patchwork_2013 - PDGazette|
A collection of American non-fiction from The Declaration of Independence of 1776 to a declaration of independence by suffragettes in 1916, and various points in between. All contents from public domain sources, with bibliography.
Keywords: Independence Day; 1776; 2013; Thomas Jefferson; John Adams; Abraham Lincoln; Henry David Thoreau; Lousia May Alcott; Carrie Chapman Catt; Woodrow Wilson; slavery; suffrage; Civil War
|The Iraq War and the Mexican War|
If you like the US War against the people of Iraq, then you would have loved he US War against the people of Mexico, a template for the conduct, interpretation, and naming of later wars of US agression.
Keywords: war; Iraq; iraq; insurgent; democarcy; soilder; nation building; iraq war; war; UN; usa; army; peace; Mexican War; 1846-1848; United States -- Politics and government 1845-1849; Unitarian-Universalists; Unitarians; Universalists; Henry David Thoreau; Abraham Lincoln
|SLounge290 - Larry Winfield|
No. 290 - September 21st, 2012 - 79:46 "Autumnal Equinox: Riding The Equator" 00:35 "Ode to Autumn" - John Keats 04:04 Welcome 04:52 Geeknotes: Over 60 Poets Selected for Cram 14, Borderbend Fundraiser and Chicago Calling Arts Festival, Brad Wilson Sept Newsletter, NPR 3 Minute Fiction Contest, 18 Ways to Help a Book Author You Love, Twitter's Back... 09:46 Open Mic Stage Intro 11:35 "GO EASY" - Franck Ba'ponga 15:18 "Autumn Song" - Dante Gabriel Rossetti 16:20 "La vie est lÃ parceque nous so...
Keywords: John Keats; Poetry Cram 14; Borderbend; Chicago Calling Arts Festival; Brad Wilson; Franck Ba'ponga; Dante Gabriel Rossetti; MAISHA SOUL; Grace Nakimera; David Sanna Jr; Sahra Halgan; Molecule Mouth; Captain Jack Band; sound of silence; TUNTIAK; ULTRALIVIANO; Osnoff; Paul Laurence Dunbar; Pirigulino Babilake; Henry David Thoreau; Global Express OSC; SLounge290; Sundown Lounge 290
|Untold Stories of US History Part 4 - Mark Taylor-Canfield - Mark Taylor-Canfield|
Published on Jul 4, 2013 Journalist Mark Taylor-Canfield's original four part documentary series exploring untold stories of US history. In the fourth segment Mark examines the lives of utopian idealist Bronson Alcott & Brook Farm, and Revolutionary War hero Baron DeKalb. Mark Taylor-Canfield has written at Huffington Post, Daily Kos, Truthout, etc. He can be heard on many national media programs, including the Thom Hartmann Show @ Free Speech TV freespeech.org MTC is also a musician and reports...
Keywords: Baron Johann DeKalb; Revolutionary War; Brook Farm; Friutlands; Bronson Alcott; Temple School; Boston; Brahmin; Cirriculum; Teaching; socialism; Utopian; vegetarianism; iconoclast; Mark Twain; Henry David Thoreau; Mexican War; abolition; Texas; slavery; Germany; Great Britain; Layfayette; Bavaria; France; 1743; 1777; Continental Congress; Continental Army; Monmouth; Valley Forge; Camden; South Carolina; Germantown; Brandywine; George Washington; storytellers; saga
|The Matrix Conspiracy - Morten Tolboll|
The Matrix conspiracy is a mix of postmodern intellectualism, management theory, self-help and New Age, which together constitute a global spreading ideology. This ideology is created by The Mythology of Authenticity – a mythology where everything is about becoming and not being. This mythology has two world images: humanistic psychology and constructivism. And these two world images again have two methods: psychotherapy and coaching.The mythology is characterized by magical thinking (you can ...
Keywords: The Matrix Conspiracy; Illuminati; 666 conspiracy; Bilderberg Group; Ideology; Consumer capitalism; Chinese communism; Subjectivism; Relativism; Civil disobedience; Conspiracy theories; New World Order; Postmodernistic intellectualism; Postmodernism; The Matrix movie; Maya; Daniel C. Dennett; René Descartes; The Dream Hypothesis; The Brain-in-jar Hypothesis; Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP); Ideology; Albert Camus; Plato; The Sophists; Henry David Thoreau; Gandhi; Martin Luther King; Niccoló Machiavelli
|Short Nonfiction Collection Vol. 008 - Various|
LibriVox recording of Short Nonfiction Collection Vol. 008. A collection of fifteen short nonfiction works in the public domain. The essays, speeches, news items and reports included in this collection were independently selected by the readers, and the topics encompass history, literature, philosophy, shoe-making, bathing, and cats. (Summary by Leon Mire) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go t...
Keywords: librivox; literature; audiobook; audio book; nonfiction; short essay; history; philosophy; Robert Lynd; Ralph Waldo Emerson; Arthur Schopenhauer; Abraham Lincoln; John Parker Headley; Jonathan Swift; Benjamin Franklin; Henry David Thoreau; Hippocrates; Hillaire Belloc; Young E. Allison; E. P. Miller; Agnes Repplier; Joseph Conrad